Campus Vote Project Democracy Fellow, Netter Center
Harrison Feinman is a junior in the College of Arts & Sciences from Los Angeles, California majoring in Political Science and minoring in Survey Research & Data Analytics. Off-campus, Harrison has advised local, state, federal, and international officials on various policy matters and works for a public affairs firm. In addition to Penn Leads the Vote, Harrison is involved in Penn Policy Consulting, the University Scholars program and Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
Eva Gonzalez is a junior from Ardmore, Pennsylvania studying Political science. At Penn, Eva is a member of Penn Policy Consulting and Penn Model Congress. Over the summer, Eva was an intern for the Center for American Progress.
Deputy Director and Field Organizer
Rania Zakaria is a junior from Indianapolis, IN studying Finance and Social Impact. Rania developed her grassroots organizing experience by working on several political campaigns in her hometown and managing student volunteers for Amnesty International. On campus, she is the co-president of Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Consulting and hosts a radio show on WQHS. Over the summer, she interned at 60 Decibels, a social impact measurement company.
Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator
Research and Policy Fellow
Sid Jaiswal is a senior from Illinois majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics and getting a masters in Systems Engineering with a focus in Data Science. He has previously worked alongside local government officials in his hometown to engage and inform student voters, and has been working to do the same in Philadelphia through developing data-driven stories as a Research Fellow for PLTV.
Graduate Partnerships Coordinator
Abigail is a joint-Ph.D. student in political science and education policy. She studies civic education and political engagement, political knowledge and socialization, the governance and politics of education, and education finance. Prior to graduate school, Abigail was an AmeriCorps volunteer and social studies teacher.
External Partnerships Coordinator
Lucia Hornbacher is a senior from Miami, Florida studying Political Science and Consumer Psychology. In January, she began working for the Biden for President campaign as a Vetting Fellow, and she continued working for the campaign as an Intern throughout the summer. She works with the External Partnerships team within PLTV.
Alisa Ghura is a sophomore from Washington, D.C. studying Urban Studies and Political Science. At Penn, Alisa is a Civic Scholar, serves on the board of the Penn Mock Trial Team, and is on the student advisory board of the SNF Paideia Program. Over the summer, Alisa was a Penn Program for Public Service Intern with the Netter Center for Community Partnerships.
Campus Vote Project Democracy Fellow
William Daniels is a junior from Boston, MA majoring in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
Nicholas Williams is a sophomore in the College of Arts & Sciences from Los Angeles, California who plans on majoring in Political Science and History. Nicholas has interned for elected officials in both Los Angeles and Philadelphia. He also worked as a census enumerator in Los Angeles during the 2020 U.S. Census. In addition to working at PLTV, Nicholas is a contributor for the Penn Undergraduate Law Journal Roundtable blog.
Former PLTV Fellows: 2018 – 2020
Andrew Goodman Foundation (AGF) Fellows: Nikki Lin, Brian Doyle
Campus Vote Project (CVP) Fellows: Harrison Feinman, Jay Falk
Fox Fellows: Eva Gonzalez, Jay Falk, Chinaza Okonkwo
Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) Fellows: Benjamin Oh, Nia Robinson, Rania Zakaria, Alisa Ghura
Penn Leads the Vote (PLTV) Fellows: Savannah Simon, Maria Curry